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Cypress Hills Affordable Housing Lottery Opens

Cypress Hills Affordable Housing Lottery Opens

The Euclid Glenmore Apartments will have a total of 135 units, 53 of which will be available through the housing lottery.
Mayor Reverses Planned Budget Cuts

Mayor Reverses Planned Budget Cuts

New York City Mayor Eric Adams backtracked on his previously-planned cuts to the city's fiscal 2025 executive budget.
Mayor Adams Says More Officers Are Needed on Subways

Mayor Adams Says More Officers Are Needed on Subways

Adams defended his handling of the migrant crisis and other business at his regular Tuesday press conference with the media.
Housing Boom Starts in Polluted Gowanus

Housing Boom Starts in Polluted Gowanus

Some residents question the safety of building on land next to the Gowanus Canal, an EPA Superfund site, which is also prone to flooding.
Brighter LEDs For All Subway Stations

Brighter LEDs For All Subway Stations

New lighting will enhance station security, increase visibility and save the MTA money.
Flatbush Avenue Buses Remain a Nightmare for Many

Flatbush Avenue Buses Remain a Nightmare for Many

Riders of the B41 complain of long wait times and slow service on crowded Flatbush Avenue. Some believe the implementation of a dedicated bus lane is a must, while others want more busses to run.
Senior Housing Lottery Opens For Bushwick Building

Senior Housing Lottery Opens For Bushwick Building

Applications are open until April 15.
New Program Will Create 1,500 Permanent Affordable Homes

New Program Will Create 1,500 Permanent Affordable Homes

The program will help households with CityFHEPS vouchers move into permanent homes faster.
Comptroller Audit Exposes Issues With City's Intensive Mobile Treatment Program

Comptroller Audit Exposes Issues With City's Intensive Mobile Treatment Program

The IMT initiative was created to help New Yorkers with severe mental health problems and histories of homelessness, among other challenges.
AG James Announces Reforms to NYPD’s Policing of Protests

AG James Announces Reforms to NYPD’s Policing of Protests

NYPD will now change how it polices protests.